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Taking Menopure, Ecosprin and Duphaston. Cramps, spotting, headache. Help

I was given Inj. Menopure 75units IM on Day 3 and 7. Tablet Ecosprin 75mg, Progynova 2mg along with Foliden 5mg. On day 13, I was given Inj.Decapeptyl 01mg S/C and tablet Duphaston . All the tablets were advised to be taken until I get my periods. On day 31, I did urine pregnancy test and it was negative. Today is day 33 and I am spotting with light cramps and backache . When could have I ovulated and am I getting implantation bleeding now. Please help.
Asked On : Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
thank you for writing in to HCM
On day 31 the chances of implantation bleed are less
I am not sure if you did a scan for the follicle in the ovary
hence will not be able to comment on the ovulation day
your symptoms are more suggestive of the next menstrual cycle

dr nandita thakkar
Answered: Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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